People, Process, and Culture : Lean Manufacturing Around the Real World

By (author) Wincel, Jeffrey P.; By (author) Kull, Thomas J.

This book examines the global cultural influences on the understanding and application of Lean production systems within various geographic and cultural areas. It identifies the cultural values as examined against Lean manufacturing disciplines to derive culturally based Lean manufacturing values. The approach of people, process, and culture will help managers better understand the potential limitations and performance shortfalls that result from varying interpretations and applications of Lean systems. This approach will help readers demystify the sometimes complex characteristics of a Lean transformation.

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[目次]

  • Introducing the Lean Culture Developing Lean Values The Hypothesis of Lean Culture Measuring Lean Culture Assessing the Results The Implications of Lean Culture Conclusions

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書名 People, Process, and Culture : Lean Manufacturing Around the Real World
著作者等 Kull, Thomas J.
Wincel, Jeffrey P.
書名別名 Lean Manufacturing Around the Real World
出版元 Taylor & Francis Inc
刊行年月 2013.05.17
ページ数 146p
ISBN 9781466557901
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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